This lively history of the Village of Marcellus, New York, covering 1853 to 1953, celebrates the life of the small American community as seen through historical records and newspaper accounts.9 Nov 1920 - a . . . meeting . . . to consider the condition of the electric wiring of the town as to its safety or hazard, ... As the year ended, the issue of unemployment overshadowed the holidays, particularly in industrial jobs such as those at the woolen mills in Marcellus or the cutlery in Camillus. ... Women in Politics Village elections were held on March 15th, and in a light turnout of voters (37 in all), Sidneyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pucker Street, the First 100 Years|
|Author||:||John P. Curtin, James C. Quinn|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2003|